SEATTLE (WKOW) -- People are spending more time on Facebook than Google, according to new data.
Researchers at comScore Inc. say people spent about 9.9 percent of their web-surfing minutes for August on Facebook. That just barely surpassed the 9.6 percent people spent using Google.
U.S. web users spent 9.1 percent of their time on Yahoo, putting the website third in terms of time spent browsing.
In July, Facebook crept past Yahoo for the first time, according to comScore.
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